[The Star] - DONCASTER Rovers' midfielder Paul Keegan admits it's been the most frustrating of his career so far, but the former Drogheda United and Bohemians star hopes to be fit enough to be pressing for a place in Dean Saunders' side late next month.
[Telegraph.co.uk] - For example, his colleague at Faber, Paul Keegan, is not a poet but still a distinguished poetry editor. Most important is that “an editor listens to an author tuning into their poems”. Don Paterson is one of Hollis's most successful poets.
[Yorkshire Post] - Midfielder John Oster (neck) was named a substitute but Martin Woods (groin) and Pascal Chimbonda (thigh) were still sidelined along with goalkeeper Neil Sullivan, defenders George Friend and Rachid Bouhenna, midfielder Paul Keegan, and striker Chris
I was impressed by Paul McLeod – who seems to want it more than Dumbarton strikers usually do – and Paul Keegan played better than he did against Airdrie Utd or Annan. Stevie Murray and Derek Carcary were good as ...